Bicycles should be restricted to edges of campus to avoid injuries


Bicycles on campus walkways are hazardous to the common student, and banning them through the middle of campus should be seriously considered. On multiple occasions I have felt a rush of terror as a bicyclist or skateboarder zips by me and in some instances has clipped my side. I can only imagine the damage they could do if they were to hit someone head on at the high speeds they tend to enjoy. I suggest that students with wheels be restricted to the outer rim of campus or to certain pathways only, so as to avoid possible injuries.

Or should we just wait for an ambulance?

Johnny Curl,

Freshman, Chemical Engineering